Erewash MP Maggie Throup plays key role on Blood Cancer Group

Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash has been re-elected as vice-Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary group on Blood Cancers and  will play a key role in its work to increase awareness of blood cancer and improve care and support for all those affected.

Maggie: Securing best deal from HS2 is top priority

Local MP Maggie Throup has reaffirmed her commitment to fighting for the best deal from HS2 for the residents of Long Eaton, Sandiacre and Stanton Gate during her first speech of the new Parliament.

Speaking in the Queens Speech Debate on jobs and the economy Maggie said:

Local people back Maggie to fight for Erewash

Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash has been unanimously endorsed by local people to fight the seat for the Conservatives at the forthcoming General Election.

CLARIFICATION: Maggie to meet HS2 Campaigners

As you will no doubt be aware, Parliament is shortly to dissolve in readiness for the General Election on Thursday 8th June. Consequently Maggie will cease to be the Member of Parliament for Erewash from 12.01am on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.

Local MP thanked for Support for Lifesaving Campaign

Maggie Throup, MP for Erewash, attended a thank you event in Parliament hosted by Anthony Nolan, in recognition of her support for the blood cancer charity’s successful campaign to fund a lifesaving treatment.

Maggie takes action over park vandalism

Local MP Maggie Throup is to hold an urgent meeting with Borough Council Chiefs over the vandalism of a number of saplings in Long Eaton's West Park.

Maggie has arranged to meet Council Leader Cllr Chris Corbett, to press him for a solution to tackle the problem.

STATEMENT: General Election

Responding to today’s announcement by the Prime Minister that she is to seek Parliamentary approval to hold a General Election on Thursday 8th June 2017, Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash has released the following statement: